BANYAN SYSTEMS AND ZOOMIT CORPORATION ANNOUNCE DEFENSE MESSAGING SYSTEM SOLUTION FOR BEYONDMAIL.
WESTBORO, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Aug. 2, 1995--Banyan Systems Incorporated (NASDAQ NASDAQ
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Mail User Agent (DMS (1) (Document Management System) See document management.
(2) (Defense Messaging System) An X.500-compliant messaging system developed by the U.S. Dept. of Defense. ) solution. This solution will enable current and future versions of BeyondMail client workstation software to function as a DMS User Agent. The Banyan DMS solution, being developed by ZOOMIT Corporation, will be integrated with the BeyondMail for Microsoft Windows See Windows.
(operating system) Microsoft Windows - Microsoft's proprietary window system and user interface software released in 1985 to run on top of MS-DOS. Widely criticised for being too slow (hence "Windoze", "Microsloth Windows") on the machines available then. , Intelligent Messaging An earlier messaging system from Banyan Systems that ran on NetWare and VINES servers and incorporated Banyan's popular Streettalk directory service. It included a basic mail program, which could be upgraded to the more advanced BeyondMail system. See ePresence. Version software. Current customers can easily upgrade their current environment to a compliant DMS solution that will be GOSIP (Government Open Systems Interconnection Profile) A U.S. government mandate that after August 15, 1990, all new network procurements must comply with OSI. Testing is performed at the NIST, which maintains a database of OSI-compliant commercial products. certified. The Banyan DMS solution will be available through Banyan's sales channel.
DMS, a key initiative for the Department of Defense, will provide its personnel a well integrated, business-quality electronic messaging See e-mail and messaging system. service with the security requirements of data integrity, access control, authentication, non-repudiation, and confidentiality. "Banyan Systems is in an excellent position to provide our BeyondMail customers and prospects with a DMS solution," said Eugene Lee Eugene Lee may refer to:
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3. Jackson Shaw, Vice President, Sales, ZOOMIT Corporation, "The DMS solution integrated with Banyan BeyondMail and Intelligent Messaging will clearly set a new standard for the interoperability of secure messaging. By making a commecial version of the DMS solution available, we will also enable Banyan's commercial sector clients to realize the same benefits. We are delighted to be working with Banyan, the enterprise messaging leaders, on this very important project."
The Banyan DMS client solution will incorporate an X.500 directory browser, P772 Message Formatter, and Message Security Protocol (P42) with support for the National Security Agency Fortezza card. The Banyan DMS server solution consists of a 1988-based X.400 Message Transfer Agent The store and forward capability in a messaging system. See messaging system.
(messaging) Message Transfer Agent - (MTA, Mail Transfer Agent) Any program responsible for delivering e-mail messages. , and a 1993-based X.500 Directory System Agent, to allow Banyan VINES and ENS for Netware networks to connect directly to the DMS network.
"This strategy allows for a cost effective migration to DMS without incurring costs for retraining re·train
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re·train and software replacement," said Glenn Pulling, Vice President, Federal Systems Group, Banyan Systems. "We have been working directly with the DMS prime contractor to insure that our DMS solution is available through the DMS contract. A key element of the development partnership between Banyan and ZOOMIT is the short time-to-market for products, and much of the technology will be based on available products from Banyan and ZOOMIT."
Over the past seven years ZOOMIT has focused on providing industry standard solutions in the messaging and directory arena -- especially to large corporations that require total enterprise-wide solutions, creating a strong foundation for their advanced security efforts. ZOOMIT's "Intelligent Security Agent" and "Intelligent Directory Agent" provide integrated security, X.500 and local directory access from within Banyan BeyondMail, and is an example of the key components that will form an important part of the DMS offering. -0-
About Banyan Systems Incorporated
Banyan Systems (NASDAQ:BNYN) is a pioneer and leader in enterprise network services. These products make it easy to find, share and manage information and resources within enterprise networks. Founded in 1983 and headquartered in Westboro, MA, the company markets products worldwide through authorized network integrators, resellers and international distributors. Banyan can be reached on the World Wide Web at http://www.banyan.com.
About ZOOMIT Corporation
ZOOMIT is the leading provider of X.400, X.500, public-key security, gateway, and enterprise-wide directory synchronization solutions for Banyan VINES. There are over 450,000 users of ZOOMIT products. ZOOMIT's solutions are available for Banyan, Novell and Microsoft NT. With offices in Washington D.C., Toronto and Ottawa; ZOOMIT may be reached at 1-800-565-5156 or 1-416-703-7442. Enquiries may be sent via the Internet to email@example.com or via X.400 to s=info;p=zoomit,a=attmail;c=us.
Banyan, VINES, ENS, and BeyondMail are registered trademarks and Intelligent Messaging is a trademark of Banyan Systems Incorporated. StreetTalk is a product of Banyan Systems Incorporated and is not a product of McCarthy, Crisanti & Maffei, Inc. Other product or company names are or may be trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners.
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